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Top 88 Grasses Projects

  1. 46. Major League Lawn (00:60)

    With our tips, the secret to a major league lawn is easier than you think.

  2. 47. Outdoor Planting

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  3. 48. How to Repair a Lawn by Seeding

    Seeding over bare spots is the most common – and sometimes the trickiest – method used to repair lawns.

    Time:
    Month
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  4. 49. The Secret of Mulch (00:00:50)

    Mulch adds a finished look to a garden and provides a natural weed barrier.

  5. 50. Lush Lawn (01:52)

    P. Allen Smith shares lawn-care tips with host Ann Curry.

  6. 51. How to Repair a Lawn by Sod Coring or Plugging

    Essentially the lawn version of a hair transplant, this method works well only with spreading grasses such as Bermuda or St. Augustine...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  7. 52. Sod Farming Tips

    The experts at DIY Network provide tips to get a professional look in the yard.

  8. 53. Grass Stitcher (00:01:36)

    Patchy lawn spots? The Grass Stitcher gives sad lawns a new lease on life.

  9. 54. Husqvarna Blower 356Tx (01:13)

    The neighbors will love this ultra-quiet backpack leaf blower.

  10. 55. Homemade Stain Removers (00:05:15)

    Linda Cobb shares her recipes for a number of homemade stain removers.

  11. 56. Beach Bungalow Transformation (04:56)

    A beach bungalow receives a much-needed exterior makeover.

  12. 57. Bamboo I-Beams (01:44)

    I-beams made from bamboo are a strong & sustainable building component.

  13. 58. How to Fertilize a Lawn (00:02:35)

    Ahmed Hassan shares detailed expert information on how to fertilize a lawn.

  14. 59. Thatch and Aerating

    DIY experts show how to properly thatch and aerate a lawn for healthy grass.

  15. 60. 13 Mowing Tips for a Healthy Lawn

    The lawn experts at DIY Network share basic tips for mowing and maintaining a healthy lawn.

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